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Concord July 7th 1873
Dear Miss Chandler Come up on Friday at farthest, if you cannot tomorrow, and spend Sunday with us, as Louisa wishes to go to [Granville?] sometime during next week and [page break] I fear your visit would lose its chief charm to yourself, were she absent the while. The days are delightful and befit good fellowships in the country, especially in Concord. Truly Yours, A. Bronson Alcott